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Why HBO Isn’t Worried About Its Post–
Game of Thrones
WarnerMedia boss Bob Greenblatt and HBO exec Casey Bloys open up about
, TV tentpoles, and why “more is better.”
the streaming wars
Wrong Number? How AT&T’s WarnerMedia Shake-up Could Spoil HBO’s Winning Recipe
It’s a new era for the pioneering cable network. But will HBO lose what made it so successful in the first place?
NBC Chief Bob Greenblatt Is Stepping Down Today
After eight years at the Peacock, sources say Greenblatt is leaving to find new challenges.
Bob Greenblatt Saved NBC. Now What?
The TV exec opens up about the Peacock’s dark days, a possible
Saved by the Bell
reboot, and the future of streaming.
NBC’s Revival Ideas Keep Getting Rejected by Aaron Sorkin, Tina Fey, and Others
Aaron Sorkin: “Some day I’d love to revisit [
The West Wing
], but it’s not going to happen right now.”
Tina Fey: Bob Greenblatt Gave Great
“I have to say that Bob gave us the most succinct and cogent notes I have ever received from any executive on any project.”
10 Things We Learned From NBC’s 2015 Upfront Presentation
And thank the TV gods for America Ferrera.
E. Alex Jung,
NBC’s Bill Cosby Deal Is Not As Desperate As It Seems
Put aside the recent Michael J. Fox and Sean Hayes bombs: There’s nothing wrong with giving Cos another at-bat if expectations are kept low.
Is NBC’s Next Live Musical
The network wasted no time announcing a follow-up to
Sound of Music Live
Parks and Recreation
Get ready for season seven.
NBC Is Doing Another Live Musical
“We could do this again — and again and again.”
Don’t Be Surprised If Sarah Silverman Never Does a Network Sitcom Again
“Network TV is just not the place for me.”
NBC Executive Didn’t Think Jay Leno’s Ratings Jokes Were Very Funny
“It’s so bad,
The Biggest Loser
isn’t just a TV show anymore … it’s our new motto.”
Has NBC Passed the Point of No Return?
Old network comeback strategies may not work in today’s world.
Steve Carell Not Likely to Return for the ‘Office’ Finale
When The Office says goodbye this May, it looks like Michael Scott won’t be joining in on the farewell. NBC Chairman Bob Greenblatt revealed […]
NBC Chairman Calls Jimmy Fallon/Tonight Show Talk ‘Premature’
While speaking to journalists at the Television Critics Association’s Press Tour this weekend, NBC Chairman Bob Greenblatt addressed rumors […]
NBC Chairman: ‘I’m Hopeful for ‘Parks & Rec’ and ‘Community’ But Anything […]
NBC Entertainment Chairman Bob Greenblatt talked about the future of two of the network’s most-beloved but Nielsen-challenged shows at the […]
NBC Chairman Understands That Donald Trump Is a Bit of a Liability
Of course, that’s why
is still on the air.
television critics association
NBC Gives Updates on
Up All Night.
TCA 2012: NBC’s Chief on the Future of
Possibly a fifth season. If it does well on Fridays, that is.
NBC Says Community ‘Has Not Been Cancelled’
NBC entertainment chief Bob Greenblatt better go to the bike store, cause he’s doing some serious backpedaling. (High-five!) “When I announced […]
NBC’s Bob Greenblatt on
and the Network’s ‘Really Bad Fall’
“We have a long road ahead of us. So bear with us.”
Steven Bochco and David Milch Reuniting to Save NBC
Or at least, they’re trying.
Paul Reiser’s Long-Delayed Comedy Gets Airdate
He’s back on Thursdays, starting next month.
NBC’s Executive Exodus: Is Marketing Chief Stotsky Next?
Bob Greenblatt mulls his next moves.
More NBC Changes: Veteran Scheduling Chief Leaving
The post-Kabletown makeover continues.
NBC Pretty Much Cancels Three Shows Before They Premiere
Why ‘Love Bites’ and two other NBC shows have yet to be scheduled.
NBC Picks Up a Lesbian Love Story and a Musical
Bob Greenblatt’s reign seems to have begun.
Comcast Officially Hires New Executive to Try to Save NBC
And keeps around some NBC vets.
decisions decisions decisions
What Does the Future Hold for Showtime?
The network just passed on four high-profile pilots they ordered, leaving them in a development hole.